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I am so sick of the race card

I am so tired of the race card being played every time someone disagrees with President Obama.  From now on I’ll just treat it as the pathetic concession speech that it is — i.e, “I have no arguments against your position, so I’ll call you a racist.  I win!”

It isn’t the color of his skin, it is the thickness, along with his awful ideas. 

Do you seriously think we’d be opposing a 100% black person who was pro-life, anti-socialism, etc.?  I wouldn’t care if the whole administration was non-white as long as they weren’t pro-abortion, pro-government takeover of one thing after another (health care, automotive, banking, etc.), and more.

To those playing the race card: We achieved Rev. King’s dream of judging people by their character instead of their skin color a long time ago.  Come join us, it is a great way to live! 

Does racism still exist?  Sure, but not in a large enough way to influence the opposition to Obama.  Remember, his poll numbers are falling faster than any President in history.  Do you seriously think that the “racists” just realized he was black and changed their views?